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British Columbians may soon find themselves waiting less time for their second COVID-19 vaccine dose than originally expected as the province prepares to accept record numbers of doses in the coming weeks.British Columbians may soon find themselves waiting less time for their second COVID-19 vaccine dose than originally expected as the province prepares to accept record numbers of doses in the coming weeks.

COVID-19 vaccine intervals may soon be reduced as B.C. enters ‘warp speed’ - BC News - Castanet.net

B.C. saw another 15 people lose their lives due to COVID-19 over the weekend, as the province prepares for a surge in vaccine deliveries.B.C. saw another 15 people lose their lives due to COVID-19 over the weekend, as the province prepares for a surge in vaccine deliveries.

B.C. sees 15 COVID-19 deaths over weekend as vaccine deliveries grow - NEWS 1130

Smaller, distanced events could happen outdoorsSmaller, distanced events could happen outdoors

Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry – The Free Press

Health officials in British Columbia say that they're considering a shorter window between the first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccines.Health officials in British Columbia say that they're considering a shorter window between the first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccines.

BC considering shorter gap between first and second dose of COVID-19 vaccine | News

B.C. public health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix urged all British Columbians to register to be vaccinated against COVID-19, as the province expects more than a million doses of Pfizer vaccine to arrive in May.B.C. public health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix urged all British Columbians to register to be vaccinated against COVID-19, as the province expects more than a million doses of Pfizer vaccine to arrive in May.

Henry, Dix urge British Columbians to register for vaccines - Prince George Citizen

Henry noted that in the U.K., where there's been more vaccinations, they are experimenting with public gatherings by monitoring participants before and after to learn how to mitigate risk.Henry noted that in the U.K., where there's been more vaccinations, they are experimenting with public gatherings by monitoring participants before and after to learn how to mitigate risk.

COVID-19 in B.C.: Dr. Bonnie Henry raises hope of outdoor arts events and urges pregnant women to get immunized | Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly

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AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Abbotsford News

B.C.'s COVID-19 vaccine program is continuing to expand, with residents aged 30 and older now able to join waitlists to get a dose of AstraZeneca at participating pharmacies.B.C.'s COVID-19 vaccine program is continuing to expand, with residents aged 30 and older now able to join waitlists to get a dose of AstraZeneca at participating pharmacies.

COVID-19 vaccines: B.C.'s 30+ residents can now sign up for a dose at participating pharmacies | CTV News

Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.'s provincial health officer, and Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, have issued the following joint statement regarding updates on the COVID-19 response in British Columbia: "Today, we are reporting on three periods: from April 30 to May 1, we had 835 new cases; from May 1 to May 2, we had 671 new cases and in the last 24 hours, we had a further 668 newDr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.'s provincial health officer, and Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, have issued the following joint statement regarding updates on the COVID-19 response in British Columbia:

BC reports 2,174 COVID-19 cases over weekend ; 15 new related deaths | The Nelson Daily

Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said people should temper expectations when it comes to any sort of large outdoor gatherings in the near future.Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said people should temper expectations when it comes to any sort of large outdoor gatherings in the near future.

Big events "not likely" to happen in BC this summer: Dr. Henry | News

VICTORIA - British Columbia health officials say shorter wait times between first and second COVID-19 vaccine shots for people are expected with the arrival of more than one million dosesVICTORIA - British Columbia health officials say shorter wait times between first and second COVID-19 vaccine shots for people are expected with the arrival of more than one million doses

COVID-19 second-dose vaccine wait times may drop with more supply, says Dr. Henry | Bc | chroniclejournal.com

The four month interval between a person's first and second COVID-19 vaccination shots could be reduced as more doses arrive in B.C.The four month interval between a person's first and second COVID-19 vaccination shots could be reduced as more doses arrive in B.C.

Mix-and-match vaccine approach possible in B.C. | News | kelownadailycourier.ca

There are now 131,656 cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in B.C. after health officials announced 2,174 new cases Monday.There are 7,327 active cases of COVID-19 in the province

Coronavirus: B.C. confirms 2,174 new cases of COVID-19 - Vancouver Is Awesome

15 more people have died in the past three days in B.C. from COVID-19.15 more people have died in the past three days in B.C. from COVID-19.

Hospitalizations fall, as B.C. records lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in six weeks - Tri-City News

Provincial health officials say B.C. has reported 2,174 cases of COVID-19 over the weekend, including 60 in Northern Health. The province’s overall ... more ›

Over 42% of eligible B.C. residents have received first dose of COVID-19 vaccine - My Prince George Now

2,174 new cases identified over weekend, 15 more deaths2,174 new cases identified over weekend, 15 more deaths

B.C.’s COVID-19 infection, hospitalization decline continues – Nanaimo News Bulletin

As of Monday, everyone registered on the province's immunization website aged 54 and older can start booking their COVID-19 vaccine appointment.As of Monday, everyone registered on the province's immunization website aged 54 and older can start booking their COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

B.C. residents should register on vaccine website even if first dose was given at pharmacy: officials | Globalnews.ca

As of Monday, everyone registered on the province's immunization website aged 54 and older can start booking their COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

B.C. residents should register on vaccine website even if first dose was given at pharmacy: officials | Globalnews.ca

The ‘MyGov Corona Helpdesk’ chatbot on WhatsApp will now help users to find a vaccination center. The ‘MyGov Corona Helpdesk’ chatbot on WhatsApp will now help users to find a vaccination center.

COVID-19 vaccine: How to locate nearest vaccination center via WhatsApp-How-to-main News , Firstpost

Even with one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, some people are still getting infected and developing severe symptoms that land them in the hospital. Experts are warning people still have to follow public health guidelines, even after that first jab.Even with one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, some people are still getting infected and developing severe symptoms that land them in the hospital. Experts are warning people still have to follow public health guidelines, even after that first jab.

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Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry – Trail Daily Times

Smaller, distanced events could happen outdoorsSmaller, distanced events could happen outdoors

Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry – Lake Country Calendar

Smaller, distanced events could happen outdoorsSmaller, distanced events could happen outdoors

Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry – Mission City Record

As COVID-19 vaccine shipments ramp up, B.C. considers reducing the current 16-week wait. More than 4.5M doses are expected between now and the end of June.Province due to accept 275,000 doses from Pfizer this week

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British Columbians may soon find themselves waiting less time for their second COVID-19 vaccine dose than originally expected as the province prepares to accept record numbers of doses in the coming weeks.Province due to accept 275k doses from Pfizer this week

COVID-19 vaccine intervals may soon be reduced as B.C. enters ‘warp speed’ - Economy, Law & Politics | Business in Vancouver

British Columbians may soon find themselves waiting less time for their second COVID-19 vaccine dose than originally expected as the province prepares to accept record numbers of doses in the coming weeks.Province due to accept 275k doses from Pfizer this week

COVID-19 vaccine intervals may soon be reduced as B.C. enters ‘warp speed’ - Economy, Law & Politics | Business in Vancouver

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Oak Bay News

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Nelson Star

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Williams Lake Tribune

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Revelstoke Review

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Peace Arch News

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Penticton Western News

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Comox Valley Record

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Summerland Review

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Aldergrove Star

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – North Delta Reporter

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Ladysmith Chronicle

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Kimberley Daily Bulletin

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Sooke News Mirror

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Cloverdale Reporter

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Coast Mountain News

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Keremeos Review

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Clearwater Times

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – The Golden Star

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Hope Standard

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Chilliwack Progress

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Campbell River Mirror

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Cowichan Valley Citizen

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Parksville Qualicum Beach News

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Cranbrook Daily Townsman